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Anderson Burgess

Anderson has been a coach and instructor for BBA since the Fall of 2020 working with players across all of our divisions between the ages of 5-18. We are excited to have him join us as a full time staff member in the role of VP of Development. In this role, he will be assisting Stan Exeter with the execution, coordination, administration and communication of all BBA business as it relates to the development of student athletes across all programs within the BBA organization. He will also be taking over as Head Coach of the 14u BBA Eagles for the upcoming Spring/Summer Season.

Beginning in fall of 2019 through July 2020, he served as the graduate assistant for Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas. He was responsible for field maintenance, recruiting, and working with pitchers.

In the summer of 2019, Coach Burgess served as the pitching coach for the Gastonia Grizzlies in the Coastal Plains Collegiate Summer Baseball League. In addition to all of this, he was solely responsible for running the youth baseball camps in coordination with our front office and players.

He spent the 2016 and 2017 summers in the New York Collegiate Baseball League as pitching coach for the Syracuse Salt Cats. During his time, the Salt Cats amassed an overall record of 49-39. In 2017, the team finished with the best record in the East Division. Coach Burgess has also served as the head coach of the St. Albans Legion team. He has worked numerous camps, including the Head First Honor Camps in NY and FL under Brendan Sullivan.

In the fall of 2018, Burgess continued his work for STA while assisting with the baseball program. He dedicates his time to one on one work with his players as well as studying the game. His ageless passion combined with his youthfulness has made him a bright young coach in the D.C. area.

From 2013-2015, Burgess spent three years as a starting pitcher for Coppin State University, earning his undergraduate degree in Computer Science. He transferred to Frostburg State University for his final season before beginning his coaching career. Burgess resides in Hughesville, MD

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